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Report - Feinpappenwerk Schuster Dachau, Germany; April 2012

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One of the first locations I explored was this cardboard factory in Dachau, Germany.

It was built in 1919 and used to produce cardboard under the name "Feinpappenwerk Schuster" until 1998. It was then sold to a manufacturer of car parts, who abandoned it in 2004.

Part of the the factory territory has been converted to a fake village for shooting movies. But most of it is unused and not fenced too heavily which unfortunately also led to vandals obviously visiting the place from time to time.


The chimney is still standing and looking solid.


Right after entering, I came across this office.


14 year old catalogue.


User manuals and some sort of adapter.


Quite a lot of graffitis inside.


An elevator stuck between the floors.


Sign in the elevator telling it is only meant for carrying freight, not people.


"Cardboard production line - Emergency-Stop - Press in case of danger"


A floor cleaning machine left in the factory and sprayed with graffiti.
The ground area of the building was about four times the size of this hall.


Some pipes.


Cake (right) and children (left).


A toy kitchen left in the children's corner.


Toilets, surprisingly not destroyed by vandals.


I don't know what exactly they did there, but on the second floor, there were all kinds of warning signs telling what to do in case of too much CO2 in the air. Most important step was to ring this alarm.


The only machine still standing in the factory.

All pictures in higher resolution: Here.

Hope you liked my photos, thanks for looking!